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Publicado: 31/08/2012 08:02

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"La verdad no tiene versiones. Es solo la verdad"... Ileana Ros.
-o-o-o-o-o- ** SÓLO estoy de paso por este pueblecito que llaman Nueva York, en misión de la Major League Baseball Writers Association of América. Pronto estaré de regreso en la ciudad de Latinoamérica más cercana a Estados Unidos, Miami...

** CHISTE...: Antes de construir en el D.F. mexicano el estadio que prometió públicamente hace cinco años para su equipo, los Diablos Rojos, Alfredo Harp Helú lo que hizo fue comprar parte de los Padres de San Diego. ¡Pobre afición de Ciudad de México, condenada al horrible Foro Sol!...

** La TV se infecta en las Grandes Ligas con más fuerza cada día. ESPN pagará desde 2014, por derechos que no incluyen pos-temporada, 11 mil millones 200 mil dólares por ocho años. Además, las Mayores venderán los playoffs y las Series Mundiales. Y también cada equipo vende o maneja con transmisiones propias, sus derechos locales...

** A KIRK Radomsky lo consideran "distribuidor de sustancias prohibidas" desde que fue obligado a dejar su trabajo como empleado en el clubhouse de los Mets porque le vendía esteroides y otras cosas a los peloteros. Por eso, han prohibido a los agentes de peloteros y a los jugadores mismos, todo contacto con él...

** ¡IMAGÍNATE!, han descubierto que el receptor Paul LoDuca abrió una cuenta bancaria exclusivamente para pagarle a Radomsky servicios de esteroides y hormonas de crecimiento humano. Se han descubierto no menos de tres cheques de esos, cada uno por tres mil 500 dólares...

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"Si la mitad de las dietas y de los productos que anuncian para rebajar fueran positivos, no habría ni un gordo en este mundo"... La Pimpi.


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** CIERTO, el triple es el batazo más difícil de lograr. Entre los 50 bigleaguers que han conectado más en la historia, solo hay un latinoamericano, Roberto Clemente, con 166. Y el líder, Sam Crawford, 309...

** EL MÁNAGER Oswaldo Guillén (Marlins), dijo acerca del catcher novato, Rod Brantly...: "Sufrimos sus errores, pero no es su culpa, es culpa del equipo, por subirlo y culpa mía por ponerlo a jugar"... ** ROBERTO Hernández (Indios) va bien en la recuperación del tobillo derecho. El mánager Manny Acta cree que no irá a la lista de los lesionados...

** LA GENTE de los Yankees está halándose las greñas. No solo acaban de perder una serie en Yankee Stadium con un equipo colista, 14 juegos bajo 500, los Blue Jays, sino que esta noche de viernes inician cadena de 17 encuentros con clubes peligrosos...: Primeramente en El Bronx con los Orioles (3), y después de visitantes en Tampa (3), Baltimore (4) y en Boston (3), más otra vez Rays (3), pero en el Yankee Stadium... Con todo y su primer lugar, éste puede ser el viaje que defina las cosas...

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"Los mentirosos están siempre dispuestos a jurar"... Vittorio Alfieri.


Gracias a la vida que me ha dado tanto, incluso un lector como tú...
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  • APTOPIX Yankees Rivera Baseball

    In this image taken from video, New York Yankees' Mariano Rivera lies on the field after twisting his right knee shagging fly balls during batting practice before a baseball game with the Kansas City Royals, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in Kansas City, Mo. The Yankees closer was carted off the field and sent for further tests. (AP Photo/YES Network) MANDATORY CREDIT

  • Yankees Rivera Baseball

    In this image taken from video, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, center right, helps Mariano Rivera, center, into a cart after Rivera twisted his right knee shagging fly balls during batting practice before a baseball game with the Kansas City Royals, Thursday, May 3, 2012, in Kansas City, Mo. The Yankees closer was sent for further tests. (AP Photo/YES Network) MANDATORY CREDIT

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  • Yankees Rivera Baseball

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  • Yankees Rivera Baseball

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  • Joe Maddon, Will Rhymes

    Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon, left, and a trainer, right, look at Will Rhymes after he was hit by an eighth-inning pitch from Boston Red Sox reliever Franklin Morales during a baseball game Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in St. Petersburg, Fla. Rhymes later collapsed at first base and was taken from the field. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

  • George Hendrick, Will Rhymes

    Tampa Bay Rays first base coach George Hendrick (25) holds Will Rhymes after he collapsed at first base in the eighth inning during a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in St. Petersburg, Fla. Rhymes had been hit with a pitch by Boston's Franklin Morales. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

  • Joe Maddon, Will Rhymes

    Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon, kneeling at right, watches as the training staff tends to Will Rhymes after he collapsed at first base in the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in St. Petersburg, Fla. Rhymes had been hit by a pitch from Boston's Franklin Morales. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

  • Joe Maddon, Will Rhymes

    Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon, kneeling at right, watches as the training staff tends to Will Rhymes after he collapsed at first base in the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in St. Petersburg, Fla. Rhymes had been hit by a pitch from Boston's Franklin Morales. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)

  • Will Rhymes

    Tampa Bay Rays' Will Rhymes, right, is helped to a cart after collapsing at first base during the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in St. Petersburg, Fla. Rhymes had been hit by a pitch from Boston's Franklin Morales. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)


 

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